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Robert Plant: 'There'll Only Be One Led Zep Show'

Robert Plant: 'There'll Only Be One Led Zep Show'

[b]Robert Plant[/b] has flatly denied rumours that [b]Led Zeppelin[/b] will play a full tour following their benefit gig at [b]London[/b]'s [b]O2 Arena[/b] on November 26.

Speaking to [b]Uncut[/b], the singer said: "There'll be one show and that'll be it. We need to do one last great show. Because we've done some shows and they've been crap."

When asked if he thought he would be tempted to play more shows if the [b]O2 Arena[/b] gig goes well, [b]Plant[/b] replied: "Not for me. But I can't speak for anyone else."

[b]Led Zeppelin[/b] are set to release a new greatest hits set, [b]"Mothership"[/b], on November 12.

Millions of fans registered for the ballot to get a seat at the [b]O2 Arena[/b] show, of which it's expected one in fifty will get tickets.

To read the full interview with [b]Robert Plant[/b], get this month's issue of [b]Uncut[/b], also featuring [b]Mick Jagger[/b], [b]Joy Division[/b], [b]Neil Young[/b], [b]Captain Beefheart[/b] and [b]The Smiths[/b].


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